Vote Early/Vote Often for the RRGCC

by captain static » Sat Mar 24, 2018 8:04 pm is holding a contest among Local Climbing Organizations (LCO's) where the winning LCO gets $500. Please cast your vote for the RRGCC every day until the end of the contest on April 2. Here is the link to the contest - CAST YOUR VOTES NOW !!!

iPhone and Android app for the online guidebook

by ray » Tue Oct 03, 2017 9:28 pm

There is now an app for the online guide in the Apple and Google app stores. I'm new to app development so be easy one with the ratings (thanks a lot for the 2 star rating in the Google Play store dude from Chicago).

I do plan on having an offline mode but it's hard and I couldn't figure it out right away. I also plan to have spray, commenting, etc. from within the app.


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by RRGCC » Thu Sep 28, 2017 8:29 pm

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Roadside Permits and Zoo Approach

by RRGCC » Tue Apr 18, 2017 5:18 pm

Planning to climbing at Roadside or the Zoo? Read this.

Roadside permit: We’re getting a report from the Roadside land owner that a large percentage of people are accessing the cliff without permits. Our access to this area is contingent upon climbers’ respectful behavior and crag stewardship – it’s a wonderful cliff that many of us enjoy, and we'd like to prevent it from being closed off again. Please get a permit for each person who plans to access this cliff. The permits are limited so the owner offsets the impact to this area. If you cannot get a permit, you’ll have to climb somewhere else.

Zoo approach: The new guidebook directs people upstream to cross over a log, but the owner prefers that you avoid accessing the crag this way (and the next edition of the guidebook will have the correct approach). Please access the Zoo climbing from the parking lot.

We really appreciate everyone’s help and compliance with the owner's request. Spread the word!

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